Blissful Winter Holidays in Orchha

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Year’s most awaited holiday season is here and you are sure planning an escape from the busy city life. We are here with a destination less explored and less crowded in this blissful season of the year.  The hidden town of Madhya Pradesh – Orchha is now a very popular holiday destination for its extensively carved out cenotaphs and temples which can be seen 5 kms before even reaching the place! Bordered by the azure shades of river Betwa that flows by and the sky which seem to touch the cenotaphs, Orchha is unarguably the next best place of Central India to visit!


This magnificent town of Madhya Pradesh in India is filled with legends of love and romance was built by Bundela Rajput kings. The grand palaces and temples with mammoth cenotaphs make it one of the most sought after destination for the travelers in this holiday season as winters are the best time to visit Orchha.

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With the autumn breeze the ambiances of Orchha become pleasant as local temperatures range between 25 degrees to 7 degrees making it comfortable to bear the sun at open places surrounding the great monuments.


So waste no time and plan your winter holidays in the pleasant town of Orchha, which is replete with heritage, nature, wildlife, adventures and luxury of Amar Mahal!


At Amar Mahal in Orchha you would love to enjoy the autumn sun with a blissful view of marvelous architecture and nature surrounding the palace. Book your winter holiday at Amar Mahal and have the wonderful spirit of adventure with all the comforts more than your home!

Amar Mahal Orchha,

District Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh,  INDIA

Tel :+ 917680252102, 252202

Fax : +917680-252203

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